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Work at LWE this New Years Day!

Posted on Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Work at LWE this New Years Day!

New Year’s Day! New Year’s Day! New Year’s Day!

You’ll hear us harp on about this event for the next two weeks, LWE NYD will bring a cluster of the galaxy’s best sonic pioneers to Tobacco Dock. Building on a growing legacy you can expect stellar production levels, rippling out other-worldly sounds across the solar system so you might as well apply and see what the all hullabaloo is about.

Pros: Time and a half and good company. Cons: there are none!

Apply online now!

Thank you again to the crew working their socks off at the Horsham Ice Rink and the Natural History Museum. If you’re local to London and would like make some extra Christmas money this year, contact our admin team (admin@dcsiteservices.com or 01733 200713) to discuss available shifts at the Natural History Museum.

Finally, if you fancy a laugh, take a look at some of DC’s finest! Here’s our Operations Manager, Ed (left), our Operations & Development Manager, Jonathan (middle) and one of our Project Managers, Charlie (right) at a client Christmas party. They made those costumes themselves. That was literally the best they could do, bless them…

The finest homemade costumes.....

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May I also add, particularly to you Ed, a massive thanks for the work you and the DC team put into this event. The waste management and clean-up went fantastically well on the night, and I am very grateful to you for the work you put into ensuring we had the right level of provision. In particular, can I pass on my personal praise to Dylan and the rest of the team on the night, they were simply amazing, they kept going at a ferocious pace throughout the night and did not let up even right at the end. Their professionalism and energy are the main reason that we, and the College staff here at St Hugh's, were so happy the next morning with how the site looked, almost back to normal. I will be sure to recommend DC highly to future Balls, especially St Hugh's.

Harrison Engler
St Hugh’s Ball